Wind energy is the kinetic energy of the air movement in the atmosphere. It is an indirect form of solar energy and therefore, renewable. The use of aero generators to generate energy from the environment goes back in time.
Aero generators are used to generate electricity in areas with any type of climate, whether at sea (marine wind energy or off-shore) or inland (coasts, interior, and mountains).
Given the non-constant nature of the wind, the electricity generated by means of aero generators can only be used in combination with other sources of energy or in very small networks with energy storage facilities.